Folk Art Papercuts by Suzy Taylor Anne-Lise Boutin Paper Cut Art | Branding Design Paper Cut Art Workshops with Nahoko Kojima Buy for yourself or as a unique gift for a loved one. When: 25.5.13 // 8.6.13 // 15.6.13Duration: 2 hoursFee: £80 (non-refundable advance) Oganiser: Solo Kojima This event has passed however you may still be able to book new dates by clicking: Paper Cut Workshop Description: Nahoko Kojima will show you how to create her beautiful Paper Cut artworks in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere. The cost of the ticket includes paper and the loan of equipment. When you sign up, enter your experience level at the checkout so that Nahoko can tailor the class for you.
TAKAHIRO KIMURA Peter Callesen Daniel Egnéus, illustrator English | 蒼山日菜オフィシャルサイト • Biography Born 1970 in Yokohama, Japan Started super fine Lacy-paper-cuttings since 2000. Currently lives and works in Ferney Volaire, France • Passion They are super fine lacy-paper-cuttings done by a simple pair of scissors. • Awards 2008 Le Grand Prix International « PAPER ART » Museum Charmey Swiss, The first prize 2007 Le Salon des Contemporains 2007 Honfleur, the Second prize 2007 Triennal Palmares du Grand Prix des Distinctions Français et Etrangers, Silver medal 2006 Le Grand Prix International M.C.A Cannes-Azur, Gold medal 2007 Le Grand Prix International M.C.A Cannes-Azur, Gold medal •Collection Museum of Miniatures LYON FRANCE Cosulat Thailande Geneva Swiss Permanent exhibition . “Most respected Japanese 100″ News Week JAPAN • Solo/Group Exhibitions (*solo shows marked by asterisk) 2012/ NG Gallery Sydney Australia 2012/ Christoper Henry Gallery NYC USA 2012/ KOUDAIJI Kyoto JAPAN 2012/ ISETAN SHINJYUKU Tokyo JAPAN Others, described to the newspaper of Japan and France. etc…
Collective Series of illustration for a KixBox sample sale. SS/14Art Direction, Digital Art, Illustration2014 The project is inspired by retro-futuristic dream of space traveling. Furniture Design, Interior Design, Product Design2013 Every half year KixBox totally change the design of seasonal decorations and marketing material. Folky series of DO PLU DO tees, 100% cotton, silk screen printed, limited edition.Design, Product Design, Fashion2009 Papercutart Karen Bit Vejle DIY | Watercolor 'Will You Be My Bridesmaid?' Cards If you have been loving the watercolor and ombre trend recently, you are going to LOVE this amazing DIY Sarah is bringing us today! She is sharing a sweet way to ask your bridesmaids if they will stand by your side on your wedding day. This DIY is so adorable and super easy! It’s DIY time again, lovely readers! Materials Watercolor paper cut into 9″x6.25″ rectangles, folded into cards(size A6: 4.5″x6.25″), 1 per bridesmaidWatercolor paints (the cheap Crayola one will work just fine!) Helpful hints: Using a bone folder to fold the paper is very helpful, since watercolor paper tends to be thicker than printer or scrapbooking paper. Step 1: Cut all of the paper (watercolor and scrapbook) to the sizes indicated above. Step 2: After the design is fully traced onto the card, un-tape and place on your work surface. Step 3: Once you have a color story you like, set aside to dry, and repeat with the rest of your cards. Share:
Creative Kismet » Blog Archive » little guiding stars Since the new year has started I’ve been trying to think of ways to be more kind to my self. Especially when that nasty gremlins try to creep in and stump me. I remembered this origami star video on You Tube and had to get them involved in my plan. I thought it would be fun to make a whole bunch with kind words and “you are….” phrases inside. I used 12 x 12 inch scrapbook paper and cut 1/2 x 12″ strips, then followed the video HERE*. *UPDATE! Be Sociable, Share! Watercolor Stencil Portrait + TUTORIAL - MORE ART, LESS CRAFT Okay kids, for leaving me all those wonderful and inspiring comments, I give you: Watercolor Stencil Portraiting - The Tutorial! Bear with me, it's almost midnight and I am exhausted, and I leave for vacation tomorrow. And I've never done a tutorial before. Hahaha. Okay. 1. 2. 2a. You should end up with something like this; 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. I didn't do a very good job. 9. 10. 11. 12. Alright, I hope that was helpful to everyone! Also, IF YOU USE THIS TUTE, POST WHAT YOU MAKE!